La Liga, Premier, Bundesliga, Serie A and Ligue 1 abandon Super League | video

English Premier League This Thursday he demonstrated his rejection European Super League“dissident” competition that breaks “the connection between national and European football”, according to La Liga in Spain. and that the rest of the leading European leagues, Bundesliga, Serie A and Ligue 1, in anticipation of “protecting and improving the balance” of the ecosystem.

“The Prime Minister takes note of the verdict handed down Court of Justice of the European Union in the case of the Super League and continues to reject any concept of this type and condemns the proposal“, – indicated in the competition message.

Premier, which will study “in depth” the “important” ruling of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), which sees illegal veto of UEFA and FIFA on the organization of the Super Leagueclaimed that the ruling “discourages” such competition.

“Supporters are vital to football and have made their commitment clear time and time again. opposition to dissident competition that breaks the connection between national and European football”explained the statement in which they reaffirmed their “commitment to a clear principles of open competition which underpin the success of national and international club competitions.”

For the English league, football “is fueled by the competition created by promotion and relegation. annual merit classification”and ““historical rivalries and rituals” between teams in internal competitions.

“From 2021, the Prime Minister, along with other football bodies, has also strengthened its regulations and governance in this area. The Prime Minister will continue to participate in an open and constructive dialoguewith all relevant football stakeholders on how best to “to protect and improve the complementary balance of national and international club football.”– concluded the statement.

A vision it shares with the British government, which has already informed local fans “as several clubs attempted to join the dissident competition in 2021.” “We maintain this decision and We will pass a regulator law in 2024 to prevent such attempts.“he has advanced Lucy FraserSecretary of State for Culture and Sport of the United Kingdom.

Bye, League made it clear that the verdict handed down this Thursday “disapproves” of the creation of this new competition and that he also “does not comment on this specific project.” For his part, its president, Javier Tebas, He said he would like the Spanish government to “bring a lot more clarity” regarding the Super League and a format that would be “economically unsustainable” if he offered his matches for free with the request that he “don’t cheat people.”

Europe’s top leagues have united in rejecting the Super League, which will also not receive support from B.Undesliga, Serie A or Ligue 1.

From France, The statement said it “unconditionally supports” the competition organized by UEFA. “Nothing can replace the legitimacy, authority and prestige of European competitions as they have been held for over 60 years.”defended Vincent Labrunpresident of the association.

“We are very attached to principles of sports merit this should regulate the organization of our sport in the context of qualification for European competitions and, more generally, principles of promotion and relegation,” he explained.

AND Labrune Finally, he recalled that “if football is the most important sport on the planet today, it is precisely because he knew how to create foundations for simple, clear and transparent competitions.” “Nothing can contradict this elusive principle that gives everyone the right to ‘dream’ and have the opportunity to reach the top of the sporting pyramid,” he concluded.

On the other side, Kit The Italian wanted to show the strength of his league and his teams, at the same time “Looks deeper into the scope and legal implications of the decision published today by the Court of Justice of the EU.“. Except Bundesliga recognizes a new scenario in which “UEFA and FIFA are obliged to reconsider the criteria they have already developed” about new competitions.

However, German league indicates that The CJEU decision “does not mean that a competition such as the Super League must necessarily be approved. “The legality of the Super League is a separate issue.” “DFL clearly supports the European sports model and rejects competitions other than those organized by associations and leagues”he adds, along with some statements Mark LenZ, General Director of DFL.

(according to information from Europe Press)

Source: Aristegui Noticias